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Root causes of chronic illness

During the last 20 years, your body is exposed to inflammation such as over consumption of sugar, stress and trauma, gut bacteria/parasites/fungus/virus, lack of sleep and other chronic disease which can be prevented before it becomes Type 2 diabetes, depression, hypertension and even cancer. As we age , we are 10k times more prone toContinue reading “Root causes of chronic illness”

Hormones and gut health – 1

GUT BACTERIA MAY PREDICT PTSD RISK NEUROSCIENCE NEWSOCTOBER 25, 2017 People with PTSD had lower levels of three different gut bacteria than individuals who experienced trauma but didn’t develop the disorder, a new study reports.… READ MORE… FEATUREDNEUROLOGYPSYCHOLOGY6 MIN READ STUDY SUGGESTS PARKINSON’S COULD START IN GUT ENDOCRINE CELLS NEUROSCIENCE NEWSJUNE 15, 2017 Researchers suggest anContinue reading “Hormones and gut health – 1”

Mental fatigue , adrenal gland dysfunction and craving sweets

Crave sweets Sugar increases our need for Vitamin B and C. Sugar robs the body of Vitamin B stores to handle nutrient-devoid sugar and adding  burden to the adrenal gland, which is responsible for blood sugar regulation.  The adrenals respond to sugar by putting out cortisol which leads to mineral deficiencies causing the body toContinue reading “Mental fatigue , adrenal gland dysfunction and craving sweets”

Know your gut health with DNA sequence test

We can be proactive with our gut health and avoid future colorectal cancers and health issues related to our intestinal health. Email motherhealth@gmail.com to learn about your colon and gut cell health. We will add a personalized diet plan for your bioinformatics and genetic counselor materials. Motherhealth is partnering up with the lab to testContinue reading “Know your gut health with DNA sequence test”

Know your gut microbiome, stop obesity and future infectious disease

Sequence your microbiome and get a personalized diet plan Order your gut DNA sequence test from us as we work with the lab by sending us an email at motherhealth@gmail.com to get a free personalized diet plan.   And work with a genetic counselor. Your gut microbiome controls production of cytokine. Gut microbiome is affectedContinue reading “Know your gut microbiome, stop obesity and future infectious disease”

Scientists discover important link between immune system, gut bacteria and glucose metabolism

Researchers at Oregon State University and other institutions have discovered an important link between the immune system, gut bacteria and glucose metabolism — a “cross-talk” and interaction that can lead to type 2 diabetes and metabolic syndrome when not functioning correctly. The findings, published today in Nature Communications, are one example of how different mammalianContinue reading “Scientists discover important link between immune system, gut bacteria and glucose metabolism”

Eye inflammation and gut bacteria

Gut bacteria may provide the trigger for autoimmune uveitis, a destructive inflammation of the eye, researchers at the US National Eye Institute (NEI) reported in a study published today (August 18) in Immunity. Autoimmune uveitis is a painful condition that can lead to debilitating blindness. It often hits adults 20 to 60 years old, andContinue reading “Eye inflammation and gut bacteria”

Pomegranates, red raspberries, strawberries and walnuts anti-aging molecule

Your gut bacteria and molecule in pomegranates , oak-aged red wine, red raspberries, strawberries and walnuts have anti-aging properties (anti Alzheimer’s and anti Parkinson’s). Urolithins are microflora human metabolites of dietary ellagic acid derivatives[1] such as ellagitannins. They are produced in the human gut, and found in the urine in the form of urolithin B glucuronideContinue reading “Pomegranates, red raspberries, strawberries and walnuts anti-aging molecule”

Gut bacteria can reverse autism-related social behavior in mice

The absence of a one specific species of gut bacteria causes social deficits in mice, researchers at Baylor College of Medicine report June 16, 2016 in Cell. By adding this bacteria species back to the guts of affected mice, the researchers were able to reverse some of their behavioral deficits, which are reminiscent of symptomsContinue reading “Gut bacteria can reverse autism-related social behavior in mice”

Gut bacteria linked to chronic disease

Cleveland Clinic researchers have, for the first time, linked trimethylamine N-oxide (TMAO) — a gut metabolite formed during the digestion of egg-, red meat- or dairy-derived nutrients choline and carnitine — to chronic kidney disease. TMAO has been linked to heart disease already, with blood levels shown to be a powerful tool for predicting futureContinue reading “Gut bacteria linked to chronic disease”

Healthy Gut Healthy Brain by Dr David Perlmutter

A neurologist explains the power of your microbiome to heal and protect your brain. Your brain’s health is dictated by what goes on in your gut. That’s right: What’s taking place in your intestines affects not only your brain’s daily functions, but also determines your risk for a number of neurological conditions in the future.Continue reading “Healthy Gut Healthy Brain by Dr David Perlmutter”

Gut Bacteria Influence Parkinson’s Risk , Vegan vs American diet

Vegan vs American diet Researchers in Finland have discovered what could be an important clue to what drives Parkinson’s disease (PD). Their new study has shown a reduced abundance of the Prevotellaceae bacteria family in the gut microbiome of PD patients compared with healthy control persons. Dr Filip Scheperjans Although the new findings only “scrapeContinue reading “Gut Bacteria Influence Parkinson’s Risk , Vegan vs American diet”

Mental Health affected by the bacteria in your gut by Peter Smith, Bacteria > Stress > Immune > Disease, Serotonin in the Intestine

Gut microbes communicate with the nervous system using some of the same neurochemicals that relay messages in the brain. Eighteen vials were rocking back and forth on a squeaky mechanical device the shape of a butcher scale, and Mark Lyte was beside himself with excitement. ‘‘We actually got some fresh yesterday — freshly frozen,’’ LyteContinue reading “Mental Health affected by the bacteria in your gut by Peter Smith, Bacteria > Stress > Immune > Disease, Serotonin in the Intestine”

Diet high in meat promote the growth of a gut bacteria, carnitine, black walnut, pork parasitic worms

1. According to the researchers, an earlier study found that a compound called trimethylamine-N-oxide (TMAO) may promote the growth of artery-clogging plaques. TMAO is formed when bacteria from our digestive tract breaks down a compound found in meat known as carnitine. Diets high in meat promote the growth of a gut bacteria that breaks downContinue reading “Diet high in meat promote the growth of a gut bacteria, carnitine, black walnut, pork parasitic worms”